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I have no problem with part one of the Kitzmiller v Dover decision, since religious motives were plainly established, as well as a lack of secular intent on the school board's part (that prong is somewhat debatable).
It was part two of the decision that is totally without merit, and for that matter, in plain violation of jurisprudence authority. Courts can plainly rule on actions taken in violation of Constitutional authority, but not on what constitutes valid science.
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